A video of a brown lab mix at a Georgia shelter is quickly gaining views across the Internet.
Kat Tracey works at VCA Pets Are People Too Roswell Animal Hospital, where she helps care for dogs boarded at the hospital and dogs from a nearby Great Pyrenees rescue.
Mashable reported that, while bringing food to Bond, a brown lab, Tracey noticed the dog did a tap dance of sorts in anticipation for a treat or food.
When you're so excited about food you can hardly contain yourself. (This is Bond, a rescue from my work)Jukin Media Verified (Original)*For licensing/ permission to use: Contact - firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted by Kat Tracey on Thursday, March 3, 2016
For those who thought Bond was just doing a trick, Tracey assures viewers that this is just his happy dance.
"I don't think you guys understand that this guy literally does this all the time and weighs over 100 pounds." she captioned a second video. "I can never stop working with animals."
I don't think you guys understand that this guy literally does this all the time. And weighs over 100 lbs. I can never stop working with animals.Posted by Kat Tracey on Saturday, March 5, 2016
A tradition at Sacramento Kings games is getting extra attention because of one sleepy participant.
Six babies were set down on the court to crawl across from one parent to another during Sunday night's baby race, People.com reported.
The winner got a prize pack from the game's sponsor.
Baby Landon could not be bothered.
Although he was slightly ahead of baby Gemma in the fittingly named Sleep Train Arena, he decided to lay down for a nap halfway though.
And while Landon relaxed on the court, Gemma sprang ahead to win the cross-court dash.
Watch the complete baby race -- and Landon's mid-race nap -- below.
A Richton Park, Illinois, family recorded a heartwarming moment when their daughter asked the man who raised her to adopt her as his daughter.
Misty Knight gave Ryan Farrell, the man she addresses as dad, a present in red wrapping with a letter on top for him to read.
The letter reflects on different moments the pair have shared together.
"I just want you to know that you're the most amazing man I've ever met ... You've raised me my whole life, from putting my hair in tight Princess Leia buns, forging my signature like in fifth grade, jamming out to alternative music, going to Warped Tour and even our first rock concert together, leading up to us laughing at cats wearing leggings," the letter read in part.
"I know we are so weird together, but that’s what makes you, you, and I cannot imagine not having you in my life. I’m so grateful to be able to call you Dad."
Farrell opens the box after reading the letter to find a Superman onesie and two boxes of candy.
Underneath those treats, he sees his main present -- adoption papers -- and embraces Knight while wiping away tears.
"I finally asked the man that raised me to adopt me," Knight captioned the video. "(I) love you with all my heart and can't wait to be a Farrell."
The video, which was posted Saturday, has over 27 million views.
Watch the video below.
So everyone has been waiting for this but I finally asked the man that raised me to adopt me ❤️ love you with all my heart and can't wait to be a FARRELL Ryan FarrellPosted by Misty Nicole Knight on Saturday, March 5, 2016
A 24-year-old California woman just made working out a lot more fun.
April Storey, a health educator and fitness blogger, posted a 15-second video now called “The Wine Workout” on her Facebook page in January. The video shows Storey creatively using wine bottles and wine glasses in a simple exercise routine.
"I was getting ready to do a workout, a video like I normally do - posting workout videos. I saw the wine there and I'm like, 'You know, that would be kind of funny to incorporate wine into this workout video,’” she said.
According to KRCR, the video went viral after former Star Trek star George Takei shared the video to his nine million followers.
Storey has posted dozens of workout videos on social media. Most of them are exercise routines that can be performed in one's home and don't involve alcohol.
"What I want to show people with my videos is that fitness is something you can do every day, you can do it anywhere, and you can use anything,” she said. "You don't have to have equipment. You don't have to spend a lot of money."
Despite the attention and funny comments The Wine Workout has garnered, Storey reminds people to drink their workout wine responsibly and in moderation. She told KRCR she only used one glass of wine in her video and said she didn't even drink the full contents of that glass. She also warned against drinking multiple glasses of wine per workout.
For all the wine and fitness lovers out there❤️ thanks for all of the shares, positive feedback, and encouraging comments!Posted by April Storey on Monday, February 22, 2016
Since today is #nationalwineday I thought it was only fitting to post another #wineworkout - this time focusing on...Posted by April Storey on Thursday, February 18, 2016
It’s not every day that you find siblings who are this sweet to each other, but that’s probably why this heartwarming video of a little sister surprising her big brother with a pet hamster is going viral.
“They absolutely love each other,” their mom, Rachel Stout, told ABC News of her adorable kids.
Ever since little Abigail Stout got a hamster for her sixth birthday on Feb. 4, her big brother Daniel Stout was so determined to get one of his own that he went above and beyond his regular household chores to prove to his parents he deserved one too.
“I always give them their gift from mommy and daddy on their actual birthday before their party,” Stout explained of Abigail’s new animal. “But Daniel, once he saw it, he absolutely loved it.”
His parents told the 9-year-old he could save up the money to buy another hamster, but they weren’t going to pay him for chores he’s already expected to do.
“He really went above and beyond,” Stout said. “He was scrubbing the bathroom floor and even cleaning out the garage.”
Daniel's little sister could see how hard he was working and decided to give him the surprise of a lifetime using her birthday money she’s gotten as gifts.
“We added up Abigail's birthday money and gift cards and she had $55 total,” Rachel wrote on the kindhearted Facebook video. “I asked her what she wanted to do with her money and she says, ‘I want to surprise Daniel and buy him his hamster. He has been working so hard.’ I asked her numerous times of she was sure that's what she wanted to do with her money and she never faltered.”
Abigail waited until Daniel was having a sleepover at a friend’s house. She and her mom then sneaked out to the pet store to pick out the perfect new addition to the family.
“She asked for the exact hamster Daniel said he wanted, held it to make sure it was nice and excitedly told the woman all about how she was surprising her brother,” Rachel wrote.
When Daniel returned home, Abigail was bubbling over with excitement to present him with his new pet, named Chubby.
Rachel captured the tender moment on camera to show her husband, Dan Stout, the video once he got home from work.
The video now has more than 2 million views and has captured hearts across the Internet.
“I just put it on (Facebook) because I figured my family thought it would be cute,” Rachel told The Press of Atlantic City. “And then from there it just went off. It just kept going up and up."
“It’s been pretty crazy,” Rachel Stout said. “People have written to me telling me they’ve been dealing with really difficult things lately and this was the only thing that’s put a smile on their face. That’s awful that they’re going through hard times, but I’m glad my kids made them happy.”
So ever since Abby got her hamster Daniel had been busting his butt doing extra chores and going above and beyond to earn money to buy himself one. We added up Abigail's birthday money and gift cards and she had $55 total. I asked her what she wanted to do with her money and she says, "I want to surprise Daniel and buy him his hamster. He has been working soooo hard." I asked her numerous times of she was sure that's what she wanted to do with her money and she never faltered. Daniel went over to a friend's house to have a sleepover and we took Abby to pet smart where she asked for the exact hamster Daniel said he wanted, held it to make sure it was nice and excitedly told the woman all about how she was surprising her brother. We got it home, set it up and she she couldn't wait for him to get home from his sleep over so he could be surprised and meet and name his hamster. This is the video of him meeting "Cubby." Daniel StoutPosted by Rachel Stout on Monday, February 15, 2016
Grandmother Caprina Harris was getting her granddaughter ready for gymnastics class Saturday when her granddaughter found out President Barack Obama is serving his last year in office.
The girl, who shares Obama's Aug. 4 birthday, burst into tears.
"Why are you crying?" Harris asked off-camera.
"I'm not ready for a new one," the girl said in between sobs.
"Do you want to write him a letter? We'll write him a letter, OK?" Harris asks, which seems to calm her granddaughter down.
Watch the video below.
On Saturday morning just before Gymnastics, My Dranbaby found out that our President Barack Obama was no longer going to be our President!!! He has been her President all of her life and Yes her birthday is also on AUGUST 4!!!! My poor baby!!!Posted by Caprina D Harris on Monday, February 15, 2016
Winter may get some of us down, but that's not the case for the Toronto Zoo's male giant panda, Da Mao.
Da Mao, who came to Toronto Zoo in March 2013 from China, seems to especially enjoy climbing a tree structure in his enclosure.
In the video, shot Tuesday and posted by the zoo Wednesday, Da Mao reaches the top of the tree structure before flipping down and walking off of a wooden platform.
The playful bear can also be seen tumbling down the snow at the end of the video, but it looks like he took it all in stride.
Watch the video below.
Valentine's Day can be stressful.
Some people struggle with deciding what to purchase or what to do for their partners.
Others try to avoid extensive planning altogether by breaking off relationships just before the love-dedicated holiday.
One 5-year-old girl was faced with the latter. The young girl had a conversation with her mother, a television anchor in North Carolina, about a relationship that she was considering ending.
"He is sweet and romantic," she told her mother. "But I think I'm too young to have a boyfriend."
But she didn't want to hurt the boy's feelings.
"I don't want to break his heart. He looks so happy," she said.
Ultimately, she came to a conclusion:
"It's the only thing I can do. I guess I'll just tell him it's time to break up," she said.
Boy troubles already!!! Heaven help me!! #wralPosted by WRAL Sloane Heffernan on Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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